Ease of Access

Hawaiʻi’s central Pacific location makes it an ideal hub for all business travel, merging the best of East and West cultures in our enchanting islands. Our diverse population embodies the spirit of lokomaikaʻi (generosity and kindness), ensuring a warm welcome and a sense of belonging for every attendee.

For those traveling from the continental U.S., Hawaiʻi offers the excitement of a tropical getaway without the hassles of international travel. No passports, visas, or currency exchanges for our  domestic guests — just pure island bliss.

Air Arrivals & Departures

When it comes to getting here, convenience is our priority. Our main airport, Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, is a short drive, only eight miles, from both the Hawaiʻi Convention Center and the vibrant Waikīkī resort area. With direct service from major mainland cities to airports like Kahului Airport on Maui, Līhuʻe Airport on Kauaʻi and Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport on the island of Hawaiʻi, access is seamless and hassle-free.


Count on ample airlift to connect you to Hawaiʻi. Numerous non-stop routes and connections through major hubs ensure reliable travel from anywhere in the world. Our network includes major U.S. carriers and international airlines, with millions of annual air seats from North America and the Asia Pacific region.

Getting Around

Once you're here, moving around is a breeze. With over 200 interisland flights daily between our nine airports, reaching destinations like Līhuʻe, Lānaʻi City, Kapalua, or Ko Olina is effortless. Ground transportation options abound, making group travel easy on well-connected roads offering breathtaking views of Hawaiʻi's stunning landscapes.

Taxis, shuttles, or ride-share options abound so no matter how, navigating the islands is a delight. Join us in discovering the beauty and wonders of Hawaiʻi — where every journey is an adventure.

Learn more about the many additional ways Hawaiʻi can help lift attendance and build positive experiences.

Hawaiʻi Convention Center
Why Hawaiʻi
Location: Where East Meets West